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Bend

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Bridge to Old Mill District in Bend

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Drake Park on Riverside Boulevard

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Houses on Mirror Pond at Drake Park

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Old Mill District on the Deschutes River

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Bend houses among the trees

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View of Mount Bachelor from Bend

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Bend is a dynamic city located in central Oregon near the foothills of the majestic Cascade Mountains. The expansive meadows and dense forests first attracted pioneers in the mid-1800’s. The area slowly developed into a small community supported by growing ranching and timber industries, and was officially incorporated in 1905. Designated the county seat of Deschutes County, the city became a significant logging station and thus experienced rapid economic growth. The quaint community of Tumalo is located ten miles to the northwest.

Vibe and Style

Bend is an inviting mountain town with a cosmopolitan appeal. Empowered by small businesses and savvy entrepreneurs, the area’s economy has seen substantial growth. The close-knit community is a supportive network of business owners, retirees and families. Residents are civic minded and friendly, engaging neighbors and visitors at the many local festivals, parades, fairs and school functions. The Les Schwab Amphitheatre is home to many events such as Pole Pedal Paddle and the Summer Concert Series. Locals are welcoming to people from all over; many do travel into the area to enjoy the entertainment.

Area homes reflect Bend’s developing atmosphere without impeding on its scenic beauty. New construction developments utilize natural materials and finishes but remain modern in amenities. Large luxury homes overlook waterfront property along the Deschutes River and some of the area’s impeccably manicured golf courses.

Local Scene

Contrary to the city’s size, Bend provides an abundance of entertainment and dining opportunities. Choose from an array of breweries, wine bars, galleries, boutiques and theater productions to satisfy your taste buds and fill your free time. Dine on fresh seafood and handmade sushi rolls at 5 Fusion & Sushi Bar, where a portion of the proceeds are donated to local non-profit organizations. A night out wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the historic and popular Tower Theatre. Dedicated to awakening, entertaining and educating the human spirit, the theater hosts several performances, educational opportunities, civic gatherings and social events.

Outdoor Sanctuary

With an extensive list of activities, Bend is an outdoor enthusiast’s year-round playground. Experiencing an average 30 feet of snow per year, visitors flock to popular Mt. Bachelor Ski Resort. Ranked as one of the top 50 Ski Resorts in North America by Conde Nast Travel, the resort provides snowbound entertainment for a variety of people. Activities include skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, sledding and sleigh rides. In the warmer seasons, ride through miles of marked trails on all terrain vehicles, bike through miles of trails, or raft down the adventurous Deschutes River.

 
 

'City Walls at City Hall' has special new exhibit

May 22, 2015
City Walls at City Hall, an arts initiative of the City of Bend Arts, Beautification and Culture Commission, is pleased to announce a special exhibition featuring the works of Sandy Brooke, Henry Sayre and their students.

City of Bend declares 'water curtailment alert'

May 22, 2015
Bend City Manager Eric King declared a Stage 1 water curtailment alert Friday for the city, in the wake of a state drought declaration for Deschutes County. But he said citizens are under no new restrictions at present, only urged to conserve water ahead of what could be a long, dry summer.

Bend Endurance Academy starts 'She Can' scholarship

May 22, 2015
One rainy afternoon in the bouldering area of the Bend Rock Gym, Bend Endurance Academy  Climbing Director Mike Rougeux asked Call of the Wild Adventures owner, Emilie Cortes, if she was familiar with the trend of young female athletes dropping out of competitive pursuits in their teen years.

Bend man missing 2 weeks; police seek tips

May 22, 2015
Police turned to the public for tips or any leads Thursday as they try to find a missing Bend man who hasn’t been heard from by family or friends in nearly two weeks.

Pro cyclist Boswell gives talk back home in Bend

May 22, 2015
Pro cyclist Ian Boswell is back home in Bend for a visit after racing in the Tour of California. Thursday night, he answered questions before an appreciative crowd at Crow's Feet Commons.

Bend's housing crisis, Pt. 2: What are solutions?

May 21, 2015
After renting for years, Maren Poletay's landlord sold the home she shared with her kids, her aging father and their three dogs.

Bend council agrees to expand downtown 'exclusion zone'

May 21, 2015
Two weeks after Bend Police Chief Jim Porter proposed an expanded civil exclusion zone for downtown Bend, city councilors decided on a 5-2 vote Wednesday night to take that step, described as a tool to deal with violent and/or chronic offenders and make the city core a safe place to work, live an...

Bend, other C.O. cities register more growth

May 21, 2015
Bend’s population grew by 3.4 percent in the year ended last July 1 to an estimated total of 84,080 residents, the U.S. Census Bureau said in figures released Thursday.

Looking back: Year since same-sex marriage legalized

May 20, 2015
It's been one year since Oregon's gay marriage ban was struck down. The anniversary is reason to celebrate for Deschutes County's first same-sex couple to apply for their marriage license.

Bend's housing crisis, Pt. 1: Who's to blame?

May 20, 2015
Here's something not news to many: There's a housing crisis in Central Oregon, with Bend as its no-vacancy epicenter.

 
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Properties in Bend

  • 63895 JOHNSON RD NW Bend, OR 97701 - Image 1

    63895 JOHNSON RD NW
    Bend, OR
    $6,600,000
    4 bed | 5.1 bath | 4,416 sqft

  • 19810 J W BROWN RD Bend, OR 97701 - Image 2

    19810 J W BROWN RD
    Bend, OR
    $2,395,000
    3 bed | 3.1 bath | 4,345 sqft

  • 60220 SUNSET VIEW DR Bend, OR 97702 - Image 3

    60220 SUNSET VIEW D
    Bend, OR
    $2,250,000
    3 bed | 3.2 bath | 6,861 sqft

  • 60340 SUNSET VIEW DR Bend, OR 97701 - Image 4

    60340 SUNSET VIEW D
    Bend, OR
    $1,790,000
    4 bed | 6 bath | 7,525 sqft

  • 18540 PLAINVIEW RD Bend, OR 97701 - Image 5

    18540 PLAINVIEW RD
    Bend, OR
    $1,749,000
    6 bed | 6.1 bath | 7,851 sqft

  • 63950 TYLER RD Bend, OR 97701 - Image 6

    63950 TYLER RD
    Bend, OR
    $1,675,000
    3 bed | 2.1 bath | 3,004 sqft

  • 2002 NW PERSPECTIVE DR Bend, OR 97701 - Image 7

    2002 NW PERSPECTIVE
    Bend, OR
    $1,390,000
    5 bed | 4.1 bath | 5,100 sqft

  • 2111 NW HILL ST Bend, OR 97701 - Image 8

    2111 NW HILL ST
    Bend, OR
    $1,299,000
    9,096 sqft

  • 1972 NW KEENAN CT Bend, OR 97701 - Image 9

    1972 NW KEENAN CT
    Bend, OR
    $1,275,000
    3 bed | 3.1 bath | 3,546 sqft

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